1. Films For Websites - Indications

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    from Carl Stickley / Added

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    Malcolm Boyle and Carl Stickley produced and directed this record of a unique night in 2006 when the avatars of the London underground scene were briefly reunited. It's the private view of the exhibition in which London's Riflemaker gallery temporally transformed into 60s underground Mecca the Indica Gallery. Director of Photography Carney James Turner.

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    • Films For Websites - Indications

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      from Carl Stickley / Added

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      Malcolm Boyle and Carl Stickley produced and directed this record of a unique night in 2006 when the avatars of the London underground scene were briefly reunited. It's the private view of the exhibition in which London's Riflemaker gallery temporally transformed into 60s underground Mecca the Indica Gallery. Director of Photography Carney James Turner.

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      • Ballad Of John & Yoko

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        from Mike Cederberg / Added

        Kurt Jones (lead guitars), Sal Marino (bass), Meghan Cederberg (backing vocals) and I rip off pretty decent version of this uptempo number - the last single released by the Beatles and the last joint song-writing effort by the duo Lennon & McCartney!

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        • Performing Yoko Ono's 'Water' (1964)

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          from John Kannenberg / Added

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          On 4 March 2015, I performed Yoko Ono's Fluxus score 'Water' (1964) in various scenarios in the White Cube gallery, Bermondsey, London. This is an excerpt of one of the performances. The score: "Steal a moon on the water with a bucket. Keep stealing until no moon is seen on the water."

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          • Touch Me (on my back)

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            from Carly Sioux / Added

            Happy Valentine's Day!

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            • Cut Pieces

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              from Kate Stringer / Added

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              Referencing Yoko Ono’s ‘Cut Piece’, in which she wears a dress that she invites viewers to cut off of her with the use of scissors, ‘Cut Pieces’ invites viewers to become participants and cut my hair. Before the performance began, there were a few guidelines set in place. The first one was to establish a common goal. I created an aluminum cast frame made for an image of Audrey Hepburn. ‘I want my hair to look like that’, I began by saying. There was no real importance in having the final product being the goal I had provided, but was more of a way to set all eighteen participants on a path together. Additionally, I made a point of saying that everyone was invited to come up and cut my hair twice, which would eliminate one person taking control or people not cutting enough hair off out of timidness. As previously mentioned, these weren’t so much rules as simple ‘guidelines’ to follow. Unlike Ono’s performance, which discussed power and vulnerability in an understandably angry way, I wanted my performance to be inherently positive, collaborative, and fun. We were working together. I made myself vulnerable, handing scissors and decisions off to a large group of people, but also never became an object to be played with. I was in full participation, and as a result no one felt that they could cut off all of my hair, as this would lead to not only the possibility of upsetting me, but also straying from the collective group’s goal.

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              • "HISTORY OF HANDCLAPS" BY ERASE ERRATA (OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO)

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                from FLOCKOFSIEGEL.TV / Added

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                PREMIERE PRESS: www.stereogum.com/1736144/erase-errata-history-of-handclaps-video/video/ CAST/CREW: DIRECTOR, PRODUCER, EXECUTIVE PRODUCER, ART/PROP IMPRESARIO, GIF MAKER: LAURYN SIEGEL CINEMATOGRAPHER: ERIC NOREN CHOREOGRAPHIC DIRECTION: MONIQUE "FAUXNIQUE" JENKINSON HAIR + MAKE-UP: REBECKA JACOBS WARDROBE CONSULT: ASH RHYMER + PRINT ALL OVER ME ART + PROPS: DANA JUNE BAKER HELP + IDEAS: DESIREE HOLMAN + LISA CHARBONNEAU + BARNETT COHEN + AINARA TIEFENTHÅLER ANIMATION + EDITORIAL + COLOR: DREW BOLTON (www.thunderbolton.com) ART DIRECTION + ANIMATION: GEORGIA STUDIO (ggeeoorrggiiaa.com) EDITORIAL: HEDIA MARON (www.sweatpantsproductions.com) SPECIAL THANKS TO LoBot GALLERY, FREDERICKS & MAE, TJ CARLIN, SARAH AVRIN AND THE FANS WHO MAKE THIS SHIT WORTH IT.

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                • IMAGINE John & Yoko at home

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                  from Soraya Lem / Added

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                  An affectionate re-imagining of John Lennon and Yoko Ono at home, before the recording of the iconic song Soraya Lemsatef, 2015 All visuals taken from: youtube.com/watch?v=DVg2EJvvlF8 and incidental dialogue from 'Imagine' documentary [1972, Gebhardt / Lennon / Ono] All other audio is found-audio and multi-layered.

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                  • Reykjavik Peace Festival Children Choir LOVE Ben Parry arrangement

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                    from Ymir Arthursson / Added

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                    Premier children choir performance of the song LOVE by John Lennon (a gift from Yoko Ono to Reykjavik Peace Festival)... It will be MAGICAL to have choirs in every corner of the world singing this song arranged by Ben Parry on the 22nd of February 2015 at 5pm (GMT Zone) !!!

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                    • 12 Artists: On Childhood

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                      from Louisiana Channel / Added

                      “Most artists have terrible childhoods”. Meet 12 exceptional contemporary artists who reflect upon their early years and how it shaped their life and art. American video artist Bill Viola was a shy and introvert child, who spent most of his time drawing alone. Post minimalist artist Richard Tuttle grew up in a family constellation, which made him uncertain about who really was his mother. German artist Georg Baselitz tried hard to break the role of being ‘the teacher’s son’. South African artist William Kentridge had a long artistic detour before he returned to his childhood passion for drawing. German filmmaker Wim Wenders grew up in post-war Germany, which came to influence the way he perceived the world – and art. British author Salman Rushdie’s first meeting with the magic of books was through his father’s bedtime stories. German novelist Daniel Kehlmann cites Marcel Proust and argues that you never live as intensely again as you did as a reading child. Rock singer and poet Patti Smith’s favourite character as a child was Peter Pan and so she decided that she didn’t want to grow up - and was heartbroken when she found out, that she didn’t have a choice. Swedish novelist Henning Mankell was lucky to grow up with a father who was always very attentive to what he said. German novelist Herta Müller’s first childhood meeting with the concept of mortality was through plants. American artist Yoko Ono still feels her childhood and youth, believing that your earlier stages of life continue to exist within. German artist and enfant terrible Jonathan Meese works with his mother and states that art is a family business. Produced by: Marc-Christoph Wagner Edited by: Kamilla Bruus Copyright: Louisiana Channel, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, 2014 Supported by Nordea-fonden Works shown in this video, in order of appearance, by: Richard Tuttle, Bill Viola, Georg Baselitz, Wim Wenders, William Kentridge, Astrid Kruse Jensen and Jonathan Meese.

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